Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Inamo - Part 1

Located in Soho, London, Inamo serves pan-asian fusion food. The cool thing about this restaurant is the interactive ordering system. There are projectors above your table that makes your table into the menu. You place your orders through here, can check the bill, watch chefs prepare your meal with the kitchen camera, and even play games like battleship with the person you're sitting across from! Other fun things to do is change the image projected on the table, so you can sweeping landscapes to fun shapes and colours. It was a very cool experience to dine here, and the food was not too bad. We had appetizers to share, which were delicious. For the main, I tried a Beijing style roasted duck with hoi sin sauce and a salad. While it was pretty good, it doesn't nearly come close to the delicious duck wraps I have had in Vancouver restaurants. Plus the salad seemed to be made only of parsley, so I didn't eat it.  We all ordered dessert, but had to leave before it even arrived at our table! Definitely check out Inamo, just to experience this in-your-hands dining experience!

The tables are white, but the projected images make it very colourful.
This is the touch pad you use to scroll and order your food.

Tropical Storm - an interesting combination of passion fruit, lime, guava and cinnamon.
Salmon sashimi roll.
Hamachi, salmon and tuna nigiri.
Duck with Pancakes - Beijing style dish of roasted duck served with hoi sin sauce and a side of salad (I think it was just parsley).
Inamo on Urbanspoon

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